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  1. spring fashion
    The Laundress Was Supposed to Be the Nice DetergentUntil people started breaking out into hideous rashes.
  2. spring fashion
    It’s Glo TimeGrammy nominee GloRilla is figuring out how to be famous while staying F-R-E-E.
  3. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of January 30The overarching astrological story right now is one of growth, action, and following through on intentions.
  4. spring fashion
    12 Ways of Looking at André Leon TalleyThe friendships and love stories found inside his estate auction, as told by Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs, and Tom Ford, and more.
  5. ¡hola papi!
    ‘I’m Ashamed of Being Unemployed’The path is long, crooked, embarrassing, and deeply silly. Having friends and passions will make it tolerable.
  6. identity
    The Monterey Park I RememberSpending family time in the Asian-majority city helped me proudly embrace my identity.
  7. my two cents
    ‘Do I Need to Attend All of My Boyfriend’s Friends’ Weddings?’Start by examining your priorities.
  8. the hard part
    There Is No Break Coming for Parents — EverNew year, same shit.
  9. couture spring 2023
    At Couture Fashion Week, a ControversyThe week began with a debate about Schiaparelli’s use of imitation animal heads.
  10. ask a boss
    ‘I’m Sick of Having to Do My Incompetent Colleague’s Work’Talk to your manager. It sounds as if he might not realize how frustrated you are or how much it’s affecting your work or your hours.
  11. life after roe
    Where the Abortion-Rights Fight Is HeadedAdvocates are watching out for the sneaky new measures lawmakers are taking to make life hell for abortion seekers.
  12. brooding
    How Am I Supposed to Teach My Kids to Be Generous?Especially when “paying it forward” is just a quid pro quo turned outward.
  13. bachelor nation
    Crunching the Numbers on the New Season of The BachelorAccording to @bachelordata, keep your eye on Victoria J.
  14. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of January 23After tonight, no planets will be retrograde, a relatively rare occurrence. The celestial bodies are moving forward, and you can, too.
  15. life after roe
    A Texas Single Mother’s Abortion Story“It’s like the system is set up to fail mothers. We can’t survive like this.”
  16. making it
    Casey Johnston Turned Bulking Up Into a BusinessThe unlikely weight-lifting coach is making a killing arguing that pumping iron can be for everyone (yes, even you).
  17. both sides of a breakup
    Both Sides of a Breakup: He Never Wanted to Go DancingTwo exes explain why it ended.
  18. the bigger picture
    ‘I Make the Place, I Am the Place’Photographers and friends Genesis Báez and Jennifer Calivas explore the permeability of bodies, place, and pleasure in their two-person exhibition.
  19. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of January 16We’re leaving Mercury retrograde and Capricorn discipline behind. It’s time for eccentric, joyful Aquarius season.
  20. ¡hola papi!
    ‘I Was Dumped, and Now I Feel Disposable’You will meet other people, and when you do, you’ll be able to better identify what you want.
  21. ask a beauty editor
    ‘Is It Okay for Me to Use Black Hair Products If I’m Not Black?’Yes, but there are some guidelines on how to do it respectfully.
  22. culture
    The Suburban Identity Crisis Is RealFleishman Is in Trouble comforted me when forgoing my city life left me feeling alienated.
  23. golden globes 2023
    Best, Worst, and Most Germaphobic Looks From the Golden GlobesSo many gloves.
  24. brooding
    What If We Make Affordable Child Care About Wellness?Then we might finally see some change.
  25. health
    Could Magic Mushrooms Be the Drug to Finally Cure Eating Disorders?For young patients, lasting treatment can feel elusive. Psychedelics could change that.
  26. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of January 9Mars retrograde ends on Thursday. Unfortunately, Mercury is still on its bullshit for another week.
  27. my two cents
    A Late Person’s Guide to Being on TimeBecause running late gets expensive.
  28. how i’ll get it done
    Representative Summer Lee Will Make Sure She’s Not the Last Like HerThe incoming freshman is the first Black woman elected to Congress from Pennsylvania. Here’s what she hopes to accomplish.
  29. power
    Life After ParklandA shooting at their high school turned X González into an activist, a celebrity, a “survivor” — and the pressure almost killed them.
  30. how i get it done
    Of Course Julia Cameron Still Does Her ‘Morning Pages’How the author of The Artist’s Way and the upcoming Write for Life gets it done.
  31. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of January 2On Friday, there’s a full moon in Cancer, the first of the new year. And full moons in water signs (like Cancer) are particularly intense.
  32. star material
    An Astrological Preview of 2023There’s no easy way to say this: There will be four (four!) Mercury retrogrades. Sorry!
  33. ¡hola papi!
    ‘Can Your Partner Ever Really Know You?’You will never be fully known by another person. You will not even fully know yourself.
  34. my two cents
    Is a ‘Money Diet’ As Terrible As It Sounds?Here’s how to cut back on spending without depriving yourself.
  35. beauty
    The Pursuit of a Snatched Jawline Continues With Buccal Fat RemovalEverything to know about the latest celebrity cosmetic-surgery craze dominating the internet.
  36. year in review
    The Best Movies and Shows You Probably Didn’t See This YearFrom the swiftly canceled to the subtly overlooked, these are the best movies and TV shows you probably didn’t see this year.
  37. brooding
    Was ‘Adulting’ Actually Good for Us?If the self-help top-seller were written now, its lessons would look a lot different.
  38. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of December 26Starting Thursday morning, Mercury is back on its bullshit (retrograde, of course).
  39. ¡hola papi!
    ‘I Transitioned, But I Still Feel Like a Phony’It’s good when we don’t have to struggle like we used to, so long as those struggles inspire solidarity with those who aren’t in the same place.
  40. family
    Tripping With My MomAn unspoken, impenetrable chill kept us apart for years. ’Shrooms brought us back together.
  41. year in review
    Y2K Style Is My Back-to-School NightmareIt’s impossible for me to untangle early-aughts style from the mortifications of being a teen.
  42. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of December 19It’s Dolly Parton, Nicolas Cage, and Charo’s time to shine, a.k.a. Capricorn season.
  43. ¡hola papi!
    ‘I Want to Be Casual, But I Have a Huge Crush’No strings can be fun, but there’s nothing wrong with adding some when it makes sense for both of you.
  44. sex diaries
    How I Get Strangers to Talk About Their Sex LivesTo write the Sex Diaries column every week, I stop people on the bus, ask my cashier at CVS, or even beg my next-door neighbors.
  45. aging
    We’re Getting Midlife All WrongWe’ve been so obsessed with what it looks like that we forgot to warn each other what it’ll feel like.
  46. abortion rights
    Puerto Rico Is an Abortion Haven — Just Not for LocalsThe archipelago doesn’t restrict abortion, but residents face a number of obstacles to getting care.
  47. brooding
    Actually, It Takes Real Skill to Be a MomfluencerTransforming family life into something people want to buy is harder than it looks.
  48. astrology
    Madame Clairevoyant: Horoscopes for the Week of December 12This week, take your foot off the gas and do some reflecting.
  49. ¡hola papi!
    ‘Why Do I Always Have to Be the One to Initiate Plans?’Most people are waiting for someone else to break through the quiet.
  50. grief
    My Dad’s JeepWhen my father died, I got his car. Eight years later, it’s falling apart. How am I supposed to say good-bye again?
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